An Interview With Ann Wilson Of Heart: A Change Of Pace

Sometimes a break from your daily routine is exactly what you need—even if it’s a good routine, like performing with Heart. Lead singer Ann Wilson, along with sister and guitar player Nancy Wilson, have been touring the world for over four decades performing their hits which include “Barracuda,” “Crazy on …

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Box Sets, Beer And Black Math: An Interview With Anthrax Drummer Charlie Benante

L-R: Charlie Benante, Frank Bello, Joey Belladonna, Scott Ian, Jonathan Donais

When I reached Charlie Benante by phone for The Aquarian’s latest Anthrax feature, he was enjoying some rare downtime during his day.

During a tour stop in Germany, the Anthrax drummer took time to chat with me about …

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Purpose, Plus…: An Interview With Minus The Bear

Right from the get-go, Minus the Bear’s first-person narrative-driven math/prog/indie rock and seemingly random, idiosyncratic song titles (i.e. “Thanks for the Killer Game of Crisco Twister,” “Lemurs, Man, Lemurs,” “Spritz!!! Spritz!!!”) made them easy to spot on MySpace-era sharing platforms, even easier to skip to on your iPod shuffle (or, …

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John Waters’ Filthy World: An Interview With John Waters

John Waters, the subversive auteur from Baltimore who brought us bad taste cinema like Pink Flamingos and Female Trouble, along with the endearing retro musicals Hairspray and Cry-Baby, is also an actor, author, and the star of his perennially evolving one-man show This Filthy World: Filthier and More

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Doing It For Dave: A Tribute To Dave Franklin Vision NJHC

“He would mess with me on stage pretty routinely, and then crack a smile and wink at me. Then he would usually come over in the middle of a song and plant a sloppy kiss on my neck.”

There are few roles with as many ups and downs as being …

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An Interview With New Found Glory: Still Ready And Willing

This spring, Florida pop-punk icons, New Found Glory, are set to embark on exciting tour to commemorate a rewarding musical career spanning two decades. What makes this tour special in particular is the fact that the band plans to break out a lengthy and nostalgically-driven set, consisting of their first …

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Talking With Dan Matthews Of The Black Clouds: Veteran Jersey Shore Band To Rock Asbury Park And Seattle

 

It’s hard to believe that after 12 years as an independent band, The Black Clouds have put out their third on their own Capacitor Records. Most do-it-yourself acts don’t last a third of that time, and if they do, rarely top their best work. But not The Black Clouds, …

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An Interview With Zach Russack: Arbitrary Tunes

Solo artist, Zach Russack, talked to us about his experience in music thus far, his writing and recording process, one of his favorite memories as an artist, and more. Check it out below.

Where are you from?

I was born, raised, and currently reside in Hackettstown, NJ.

How long have

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An Interview With Taylor and the Apes: The Three-Take Method

Taylor and the Apes are an unsigned band and have filled us in on how they formed, their fascinating three-take method while recording music, and their favorite times as a band. Read more below.

Where are you from?

All over the place! Taylor Elliott (lead singer/guitarist) was born and raised …

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Who We Are: An Interview With Underoath

When I speak to Chris Dudley, he is literally in the future—15 and a half hours ahead of New Jersey in Adelaide, Australia. In Adelaide, it’s 12 p.m. (“just turned noon!”), “sun-shiny and hot,” middle of summer. The guys were off yesterday (a couple dates in Melbourne, then Sydney, then …

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